we just checked the app on our iphone before we came on the air this morning. it should go up to 45. and many of the folks here last time, remember that. a lot of the folks remember were further down the mall. i want to show you over my shoulder. you see the washington monument, a little more than a mile off in the distance. beyond that, the lincoln memorial. they're expecting 800,000, as josh mentioned a moment ago, to gather all along the national mall here, to watch the president, as he walks through the archway and swears in on his second term here, just a few hours from now, george. a beautiful morning here in washington, d.c. they're expecting the front to move in later today. but not until after the parade, which is great news, george. >> it sure is. thanks, very much. we're going to talk to our team of abc news political contributors that are going to be here all day with us. matthew dowd and donna brazile. and of course, our own cokie roberts. cokie, let me begin with you. we talked about the crowds.